So? That's what the recruiter reading your cover letter will think.
Yes, the help-wanted hammered the importance of leadership. But to present yourself as the leader the organization needs, you have to show, not tell. That is, you never simply say that you have that experience. The number-one fundamental in communications is that rule: Show, don't tell.
"In 15 years of leading teams, I have turned around 4 sales organizations. The most recent success resulted in the 34 percent increase in sales in 8 months, with a simultaneous reduction in the cost of sales of 14 percent in 12 months. The key tactics were changing the selling process and retraining the front lines and back office workers.
"In addition, as a volunteer fundraiser for a non-profit in North Haven, Connecticut, I developed partnerships with other local, regional and national non-profits. Total funds for 2014 increased 46 percent, with administrative expenses reduced 34 percent."
In showcasing your track record or the outcomes you achieved, select your strongest and most recent material. Quantify as much as you can. Indicate what strategies and tactics you created and executed.